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by Whitten-Appleton, Inc.
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Demonstrates basic principles of manual typesetting.
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Topic: Communication: Typesetting
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by Holmes (Burton) Films, Inc.
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A telephone technician explains to two young boys how different types of communication foster links and interdependence between people.
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Topics: Communication: General, Interdependence, Sociology
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by Martin Lucas - Center for Social Media
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Many to Many: Public Media and the Blogosphere, by documentarian Marty Lucas takes a look at the blogosphere - the emerging world of Internet self-publishers and citizen journalists and its implications for the larger world of public media. Many To Many asks what public broadcasters in the US and the UK are doing to use new media tools to interact with their viewers and listeners in innovative ways. The video features interviews with Dina Mehta and Neha Viswanathan of the Global Voices blogger...
Topics: blogging, blogosphere, citizen journalism, public media, Radio Open Source, Global Voices, Culture...
Ourmedia
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This July, citizen journalism hit the road. Follow the iTalkNews team as they travel along the West Coast, meeting with people in cafes, street corners, parks and libraries to collect article suggestions and article pledges, and to spread the word about participatory journalism.
Ourmedia
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Kent Bye, is the author of a unique film documentary in progress that may become a future model for grassroots citizen journalism, while showing how to invest filmmaking skills and ideas in a production that has some real informative values and while developing the first web-based collaborative video editing approach to build open-source movies and documentaries. The documentary project led by Kent Bye is called the Echo Chamber Project and it is one major attempt to shed extra light and...
Iraq War: Eyewitness Perspectives
by Producer Robert May, Executive Producer Chuck Lacy
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In March 2004, just as the insurgent movement strengthened, several members of one National Guard unit arrived in Iraq, carrying digital video cameras. THE WAR TAPES is the movie they made with Director Deborah Scranton and a team of award-winning filmmakers. ItÂs the first war movie filmed by soldiers themselves on the front lines in Iraq. THE WAR TAPES follows three men: Sergeant Steve Pink, Sergeant Zack Bazzi, and Specialist Mike Moriarty. Steve is a young carpenter with a dark, irreverent...
Topic: Iraq, soldiers, war
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by Alex Jones
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Activist, analyst, author, syndicated talk radio host, documentarist Alex Jones exposes the men behind conspiracy, terrorism and takeover, in this crucial sequel to "911: the Road to Tyranny" (available on the Internet Archive at http://www.archive.org/details/911theRoadtoTyranny ).
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Topics: 911, activist journalism, activism, state terror: United States: William Jefferson Clinton
Community Video
by VloggerCon 05
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VloggerCon 05 Session:Content is King-Discussion leaders: Steve Garfield, Mica Scalin, Ryanne Hodson, Jay Dedman Creating and posting videos is the key. Personal storytelling, citizen journalism, art, show and tell...this is at the core of what we're doing. We all have our own style and ideas when we videoblog; let's share.
Topics: vloggercon, videoblogging, vlogs, video blog
Source: vloggercon.blogspot.com
The Open Mind
by The Open Mind
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Guest: Friendly, Fred Theme: Media
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Democracy Now!
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* Headlines for May 31, 2006 * Electronic Voting Machine Study Exposes Most Serious Security Flaws Ever Documented * Citizen Journalism: A Look at How Blogging is Changing the Media Landscape from the Congo to Korea
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Source: Television broadcast
Ourmedia
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First of two parts: Dan Gillmor on citizen journalism at the University of Texas's International Symposium on Online Journalism, April 8, 2005.
Topics: media, grassroots, citizen journalism
Ourmedia
by JD Lasica
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Courtney Lowery, managing editor of New West, discusses the citizen journalism site. Video interview conducted by JD Lasica at the BlogHer conference in Santa Clara, Calif., on July 30, 2005.
Topic: blogging